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23. 5. 2018

Compete for the Jakob 2019 International Award

Hunting and fishing tourisms are also among the special types. In accordance with the common efforts of mankind for sustainable development in tourist frameworks, these types of tourism are also experiencing their changes ...
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5. 2. 2018

Tourism - A Bright Spot of Our Economy

That tourism is a bright spot for our economy has been said by Dr. Miro Cerar at the official opening of the 29th Natour Alpe-Adria Trade Show the first day when the Jakob Prize was ceremoniously awarded. This year, it has been presented already for the eighth time...
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18. 1. 2018

Jakob Award for Innovative Tourist Programs and The Offer on Wine Roads to the Company Gols Connect

For the eighth time, the Jakob Award for quality and excellence in the Alpe Adria region will be presented at the fair. This time, the Jakob Award, on topic Innovative Tourist Programs and The Offer on Wine Roads has been awarded to the Company Gols Connect.
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17. 1. 2018

29th Natour Alpe-Adria (31st January – 3rd February 2018) – A Fair for Active Vacation

From the 31st of January to the 3rd of February, the Natour Alpe-Adria, the main tourist fair in Slovenia which promotes green, active tourism, will take place at the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre.
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27. 9. 2017

Award for quality and excellence in tourism 2018

JAKOB award for quality and excellence in tourism in the Alps-Adriatic region for the year 2018 will be granted for a realized touristic project related to the topic: Innovative touristic programs and tourist offer on wine roads. You are kindly asked to send us your aplication until October, 25.
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1. 2. 2017

The award Jakob 2017 for the project Karavanke Unesco Global Geopark

The award Jakob 2017 has been granted to Delovna skupnost Geopark Karavanke for the project Karavanke Unesco Global Geopark. »The Geopark Karavanke is a cross-border project and the area of Austria and Slovenia which offers numerous touristic contents and programs to the visitors in many innovative ways. Programs for in-depth experience of natural environments, enable a range of active holidays in this environment
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25. 1. 2017

Natour Alpe-Adria – fair for active leisure time

The international Natour Alpe-Adria Fair from the 1st to the 4th of February will present 330 tourism providers from 15 countries (Austria, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Nepal, India, Jordan and Tunisia). There will be the Slovenian Tourist Board, tourist agencies, the Tourism Association of Slovenia, the Alpine Association of Slovenia, the Ljubljana Tourism Organization, tourist guides and several local associations that will make the fair vivid, interesting, green, delicious and fun. At the fair, you will be able to get acquainted with diverse cultural and ethnological heritage of Slovenian regions as part of tourist offer. The accompanying programme will offer plenty of opportunities for learning, networking, consulting, and getting in touch with green, sustainable trends. The door will be widely open for all who are travellers, sportsmen, mountaineers, hikers, trekkers, backpackers, active recreation lovers, joggers, cyclists, horse riders, lovers of adrenaline sports in nature and more - for all ages and to suit every budget. The 28th international fair for active spending the leisure time and the exchange Natour will be officialy opened by Mr Zdravko Počivalšek, the Slovenian Minister of Economic Development and Technology; and the fair award for quality and excellence in the Aple – Adria region will be presented, this year’s theme is the Innovative tourist programs for active holidays in nature’s environment.
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2. 2. 2016

The right direction, a successful fair

Active green tourism with a business exchange as the focal topic of the fair is the right one, Mrs Eva Podlogar Štravs, acting DirectorGeneral for Tourism and internationalizationat the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, greeted the renovated touristic fair at the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre. Good public response speaks of the fair’s success, too. The renovated Natour Alpe-Adria Fair, presenting more than 300 tourist providers from 12 countries, was visited by 15,000 people.
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27. 1. 2016

Join the extensive additional programme

Activities in exhibition halls are accompanied by an extensive programme full of travellers’ lectures, presentations, and panel discussions.
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26. 1. 2016

For green, sustainable tourism

As its name suggests, the Nature Adventure Fair significantly shows the guidelines for green, sustainable tourism in Slovenia. No wonder - Slovenia is a country with beautiful, unspoiled nature! With its many wonderful facets, forests, waters, hills and mountains, it offers countless possibilities and opportunities for lovers of active leisure time in nature. In all seasons! We have actually named recreation activities and sports - from cycling, trekking, water sports and sports on snow - by colours: green, blue, and white sports. In today’s world of fast changes, active leisure time is an ideal option to escape everyday stress, strengthen vital energy, and maintain health.
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